That is the title of Brian Malarkey's blog up on Bravo
It says this :
"I really thought Stefan would bring the title of Top Chef home to California but the man from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado skips the sweets and wins with venison and the magic of the Sorcerer Richard Blais. Casey crashes Carla and Marcel and Stefan looked like water and oil. After reviewing the menus of the bald boys I am still a little confused by the judges' decision on the relativity of dessert. Hung won my season with an '80s inspired dessert garnished with the random raspberry and Dale lost with duck fat poached lamb that was out of this world. For future contestants and viewers know this about Top Chef and the judging: “Nothing is ever consistent.”
It also goes on to STRONGLY imply Hosea would never have won without Richard.
ending with this:
"One more thing Hosea: Call me and I can give you Richards address so that you can send him a little present, maybe 10K, just a thought….."
So the more I think about it - the more I wonder why it wasn't ever considered at JT - the possible input of the sous chefs. (Or edited out)
Do you think any of the judges took that aspect into consideration?
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